How to Visualize: Use This Subtle Tweak for 10x Better Results

Do you ever visualize what’s possible in your business or life?

Of course you do!

Whether you call it visualization, creativity or simply making a plan and following through, whatever goal you’re working to achieve first showed up in your mind’s eye.

But here’s the problem.

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Most of us visualize the wrong way. When we’re in the process of mental creation, many of us make a crucial mistake that creates a ton of unnecessary stress for ourselves and others.

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The #1 Book On The Planet for Entrepreneurs and Creators

I know that’s a pretty big claim, but I totally stand behind it.

If you ever struggle to get things done, or wrestle with your doubtful chattering brain, this book is your cure.

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This Gal’s Tweet Made Me Give Her Tens of Thousands of Dollars

Less than a year ago, I saw a new cute face in my twitter stream. She tweeted something about ‘cutting this amazing mini-documentary about @marieforleo that’s changed my life.’

I clicked through and was blown away.

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What’s Your Sh*t Pickle?

She’s got one of the rarest forms of cancer on the planet, a hot pink streak in her hair, and this week her new book Crazy Sexy Diet went straight to #1 on Amazon.

Over the past year, Kris Carr and I have had quite a girl-crush, soul-sister kind of love affair. We have multi-hour throw down sessions about love, relationships, dogs, business, marketing, publishing, life, creativity, dance, money and of course, health.

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Why Ten Seconds of a TV Show Made Me Cry

A few nights ago, I caught a few minutes of the Biggest Loser TV show.

The segment talked about childhood obesity and showed kids working out and trying to get in shape. I cried. These young kids were beyond huge. It was shocking and heartbreaking.

I had to turn it off because I couldn’t handle seeing beautiful little souls trapped in bodies that were so outrageously big, they could hardly breathe.

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